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Stacey is a Senior Research Fellow with the Centre of Integrative Metabolomics & Computational Biology (CIMCB) in the School of Science.
Stacey Reinke received her PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Alberta (Canada, 2011) and held a Postdoctoral Fellowship, from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, at the Karolinska Institute (Sweden) before being recruited to Perth in 2016. During her PhD and subsequent postdoctoral training, Stacey developed considerable expertise in the area of clinical and biomedical metabolomics, including biochemistry, analytical chemistry, large-scale cohort studies, statistics, and data science. She has applied these skills to several biological contexts, including mitochondrial and central energy dysfunction, neonatal asphyxia, neuroinflammation, and respiratory disease. Her current research focus is two-fold: (1) applying metabolomics and systems biology approaches to inform disease mechanisms and biomarker discovery in early-life contexts, and (2) enhancing the field of clinical and biomedical metabolomics through methodological advancement (high quality high-throughput workflows, quality assurance, data analysis).
National and International Awards
National and International Research Positions
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